A joint promotion called "Return home safely" has been launched by the Italian road police, 20 discotheque owners and an association of insurance companies in Lazio, Tuscany and Emilia Romagna. The aim of the promotion is to reduce the number of road accidents that occur when young people leave discos in the early hours of the morning. For a trial period from July to September there will be stands outside discotheques where people can test the alcohol level in their blood before they set off home. Those who easily pass the breathalyser test will be given a free ticket to the discotheque.
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